Philanthropic orgs, part two of list

Screen Actors Guild Foundation
5757 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036, (323) 549-6649
www.sagfoundation.org
Charitable arm of SAG is dedicated to serving guild members and the larger community through a variety of programs including literary outreach, a catastrophic health foundation and legacy program.
Fund-raisers: Various events and movie screenings
Admin/action ratio: programs: 90%; membership assistance funds: 100%

Simon Wiesenthal Center/Museum of Tolerance
1399 South Roxbury Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90035; (310) 553-9036
www.wiesenthal.com
Org is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust by fostering tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action; also confronts important contemporary issues including racism, anti-Semitism, terrorism and genocide.
Fund-raisers: Intl. Humanitarian Awards Dinner, New York Dinner, South Palm Beach County Dinner, Palm Beach Dinner, Miami Dinner, Toronto Dinner, L.A. Dinner
Admin/action ratio: 91%

The Skoll Foundation
250 University Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94301; (650) 331-1031
www.theskollfoundation.org; www.thenewheroes.org
Fund’s mission is to advance change to benefit communities around the world by investing in, connecting and celebrating social entrepreneurs.
Admin/action ratio: 100%

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History (Shoah Foundation)
P.O. Box 3168, Los Angeles, CA 90078; (818) 777-7802
Org was established by Steven Spielberg in 1994 to videotape and preserve the testimonies of Holocaust witnesses and survivors to educate future generations.
Fund-raisers: Ambassadors for Humanity

Teach for America
315 W. 36th St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10018; (212) 279-2080
315 W. 9th St., Suite 950, Los Angeles, CA 90015; (213) 489-9272
www.teachforamerica.org
Group recruits recent college graduates, of all academic majors, to teach for two years in public schools in low-income communities.
Admin/action ratio: 86%

A Window Between Worlds
710 Fourth Ave., Suite 5, Venice, CA 90291; (310) 396-0317
www.awbw.org
Org maintains a philosophy that through creative expression battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power; uses art to help in fight against domestic violence.
Fund-raiser: Zazou Wine Tasting Event, “The Vagina Monologues” (put on by V-DAY USC)
Admin/action ratio: 85%

Writers Guild Foundation
7000 W. Third St., 1st Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90048; (323) 782-4692
www.wga.org
Foundation is dedicated to promoting excellence in writing, educating the public about the role of the writer in film and television, preserving the work of film and television writers and encouraging the further education of writers.
Fund-raiser: Annual Appeal Campaign
Admin/action ratio: 85%

YOUTH

After-School All-Stars
1460 Fourth St., Suite 300, Santa Monica, CA 90401; (310) 275-3232
www.afterschoolallstars.org
Foundation provides opportunities for inner-city youths to participate in sports, educational, cultural and community enrichment programs; to build confidence and encourage youth to say no to drug and gangs.
Fund-raiser: Inner-city games
Admin/action ratio:
90%

Alliance for Children’s Rights
3333 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550, Los Angeles, CA 90010; (213) 368-6010
www.kids-alliance.org
Org protects the rights of abused and impoverished children in Los Angeles County via direct legal services, community training and advocacy.
Fund-raisers: Annual All in for Kids Poker Tournament, annual dinner
Admin/action ratio: 94%

Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation
3960 Howard Hughes Parkway, Suite 750, Las Vegas, NV 89109; (702) 227-5700
www.agassifoundation.org
Foundation provides recreational and educational opportunities for at-risk youth, including those who are underprivileged, abandoned or abused.
Fund-raiser: Grand Slam for Children, held annually in Las Vegas
Admin/action ratio: 100%

Assn. of Variety Clubs of the United States
8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 501, Los Angeles, CA 90048; (323) 655-1547
www.usvariety.org
Association helps disabled and disadvantaged children by providing funds for medical care, special-education services and other types of treatment.
Fund-raiser: Gold Heart Campaign
Admin/action ratio: 96%

Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund
710 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600, Santa Monica, CA 90401; (310) 393-5331
www.audreyhepburn.com
Fund raises money for educational programs in Somalia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Rwanda, and works toward preventing child abuse and sexual exploitation.
Fund-raiser: Timeless Audrey benefit
Admin/action ratio: 80%

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles
1055 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1950, Los Angeles, CA 90017; (213) 481-3611
www.bbbsla.org
Org provides positive adult role models to children in need through a variety of mentoring programs.
Fund-raisers: Annual Rising Stars gala
Admin/action ratio: 82%

Break the Cycle
PO Box 64996, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (310) 286-3366
www.breakthecycle.org
Nonprofit’s mission is to engage, educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from dating and domestic violence. Org provides youth with preventive education, free legal services and peer leadership opportunities.
Fund-raisers: Savor the Season Fall Dinner
Admin/action ratio: 74%

California State Summer School Arts Foundation (InnerSpark)
1875 Century Park East, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (310) 277-7072
www.csssa.org
Org is a pre-professional residential training program for California high school students who are aspiring to careers in the arts and entertainment industries.
Fund-raiser: Benefactor of Grammy Jam (event with Entertainment Industry Foundation)
Admin/action ratio: 100%

The Catalog for Giving
250 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10107; 212-765-8212
www.cfgnyc.org
Group is dedicated to transforming the lives of New York youth by raising funds and awareness for grassroots organizations that serve young people who have been adversely affected by poverty, drugs, crime and violence.
Fund-raiser: Urban Heroes Awards Dinner
Admin/action ratio: 100%

Catholic Big Brothers
3300 W. Temple St., Los Angeles, CA 90026; (800) 463-4066
www.catholicbigbrothers.org
Org serves to provide positive adult mentors to youths of all religions and races between 7 and 18.
Fund-raiser: Annual Jerry L. Cappello Memorial Golf Tournament
Admin/action ratio: 84%

Childhelp USA
15757 N. 78th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260; (480) 922-8212
www.childhelpusa.org
Org is dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused and neglected children.
Fund-raiser: Humanitarian Awards Dinner
Admin/action ratio: 89%

Children Now
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1212 Broadway, 5th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612; (510) 763-2444
www.childrennow.org
Org promotes pioneering solutions to problems facing disadvantaged children.
Admin/action ratio: 85%

Children’s Action Network
10951 W. Pico Blvd., Suite 206, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (310) 470-9599
Group is dedicated to increasing awareness of children’s issues through public education campaigns, community-based programs and policy initiatives.
Fund-raiser: Annual spring fashion show
Admin/action ratio: 90%

Children’s Burn Foundation
5000 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 300, Van Nuys, CA 91403; (818) 907-2822
www.childburn.org
Foundation provides financial resources for children at Grossman Burn Center and surrounding burn centers who have suffered severe burns due to abuse and neglect.
Fund-raiser: Giving New Hope Benefit
Admin/action ratio: 80%

Children’s Defense Fund
3655 S. Grand Ave., Suite 270, Los Angeles, CA 90007; (213) 749-8787
www.childrensdefense.org
Fund provides a strong, effective voice for the children of America.
Fund-raiser: Los Angeles Beat the Odds Awards

Children’s Diabetes Foundation
777 Grant St., Suite 302, Denver, CO 80203; (303) 863-1200
www.childrensdiabetesfdn.org
Org supports programs of clinical care, research and education for the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, where over 5,000 children from all over the world receive care.
Fund-raiser: The Carousel of Hope ball
Admin/action ratio: 90%

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
4650 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 900027; (323) 660-2450
www.childrenshospitalla.org
Hospital advances the health and well-being of children and adolescents by integrating medical care, preventative services, medical education and research.
Fund-raisers: Tennis Classic, HBO Presents: Inaugural Sports Spectacular
Admin/action ratio: 89%

Create Now!
2007 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 919, Los Angeles, CA 90057; (213) 484-8500
www.createnow.org
Org helps institutionalized at-risk youth who have been abused, neglected or abandoned develop self-esteem, confidence and teamwork abilities by using creative media.
Fund-raiser: Casino Dinner and Auction
Admin/action ratio: 95%

The Endeavor Foundation
9601 Wilshire Blvd. 3rd Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (310) 248-3039
Group’s mission is to invest in programs that address issues of social service and promote the value of the arts to enhance the lives of children, youth and families in underserved communities.
Admin/action ratio: 100%

Free Arts for Abused Children
11965 Venice Blvd., Suite 402, Los Angeles, CA 90066; (310) 313-4278
www.freearts.org
Org integrates dance, drama, music and painting into the lives of abused, abandoned and neglected youth, and families in crisis.
Fund-raiser: Art Works event
Admin/action ratio: 78%

Friends of Washington Prep Foundation
10860 S. Denker Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90047; 323-755-1313
www.friendsofwashingtonprep.org
Foundation’s mission is to motivate students to stay in school and realize their potential by providing arts education, performance and community service opportunities.
Fund-raisers: Jazzin’ It at the Prep Concert, Kids Helping Kids Saturday Program, Annual African American History Celebration & Parade
Admin/action ratio: 82%

Fulfillment Fund
6100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600, Los Angeles, CA 90048; (323) 939-9707
www.fulfillmentfund.org
Fund provides mentoring, college and career counseling, internships and guaranteed scholarships to help economically disadvantaged students graduate from high school and pursue an advanced education.
Fund-raisers: Stars 2003, Achievement Awards
Admin/action ratio: 78%

The Gabriella Axelrad Education Foundation
15760 Ventura Blvd., 18th Floor, Encino, CA 91436; 818-728-9940
www.everybodydance.org
Group provides quality dance instruction at little or no cost to ethnically diverse, economically disadvantaged children in Los Angeles.
Fund-raisers: various charity golf tourneys and fund-raising dinners
Admin/action ratio: 89.6%

Grammy Foundation
3402 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405; (310) 392-3777
www.grammy.com
Foundation is geared toward students K-12, and is committed to advancing music- and arts-based education.
Fund-raiser: Funds raised through grants and sponsorships
Admin/action ratio: 73%

The HeArt Project
1047 W. 24th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007; (213) 744-1404
www.theheartproject.org
Nonprofit creatively links teens, artists and communities to imagine, produce and present new work.
Fund-raisers: Annual Evening of Art
Admin/action: 90%

Hollywood Arts Council
P.O. Box 931056, Hollywood, CA 90993-1056; (323) 462-2355
www.hollywoodartscouncil.org
Established in 1978 to promote, nurture and support the arts in Hollywood, the council also provides after-school art workshops in six Hollywood Title 1 elementary schools.
Fund-raisers: Jazz Pilgrimage Concert on Aug. 19 and 20, annual Charlie Awards Luncheon in January
Admin/action ratio: 80%

Inner-City Arts
720 Kohler St., Los Angeles, CA 90021; (213) 627-9621
www.inner-cityarts.org
Org dedicated to bringing the arts into the lives of children who live in and near Los Angeles’ inner city with programs that provide in-depth study of all art forms, and encourage exploration and self-esteem.
Fund-raisers: Noche de Encanto, Imagine Awards
Admin/action ratio: 65%

Inner-City Filmmakers
3000 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 2004; Santa Monica, CA 90404; (310) 264-3992
www.innercityfilmmakers.com
Established filmmakers mentor inner-city young adults, assisting them in finding jobs and guiding them in career development.
Admin/action ratio: 90%

Jeffrey Foundation
5470 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016; (323) 965-7536
www.thejeffreyfoundation.com
Infant and day-care center aids developmentally disabled children
Fund-raiser: Open House
Admin/action ratio: 95%

L.A. Youth
5967 W. Third Street, Suite 301, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323-938-9194
www.layouth.com
Newspaper written for and by Los Angeles youth that provides teens with the highest level of journalism education, civic literacy and job skills.
Admin/action ratio: 85%

L.A.’s Best
200 N. Spring St., Suite M-120; Los Angeles, CA 90012; (213) 978-0801
L.A.’s Best provides a safe and supervised after-school education, enrichment and recreation program for elementary school children 5 to 12 in the city of Los Angeles. Created in 1988, program is a partnership including Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Unified School District and the private sector.
Fund-raiser: Annual Family Brunch, Mayoral Inaugural Gala, Halloween Kidfest
Admin/action ratio: 90.4%

Laugh Factory
8001 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (323) 848-2800, ext. 17
Comedy Camp is held for L.A.’s inner-ci
ty kids to teach them how to develop their own standup act; some kids are referred to the club by Child & Family Services.
Admin/action ratio: n/a

Los Angeles Make-A-Wish Foundation
1875 Century Park East, Suite 950, Los Angeles, CA 90067; (310) 788-9474
www.wishla.org
Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.
Fund-raisers: Pro Celebrity Charity Ride Gala, annual wine-tasting and auction, Wish Night Awards Gala
Admin/action ratio: 86%

Los Angeles Youth Network
1550 N. Gower St., Los Angeles, CA 90028; (323) 957-7364
www.layn.org
Group provides shelter, food and counseling for abused, abandoned and neglected youth, families, and community.
Fund-raiser: Special dinner and benefit performance of Cirque du Soleil’s “Varekai”
Admin/action ration: 95%

Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation
15125 Ventura Blvd., Suite 204, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403; (818) 784-6787
www.mhopus.org
Foundation supports music education through the donation of new and refurbished musical instruments to underserved school and community music programs and individual students nationwide.
Fund-raisers: Grants and donations
Admin/action ratio: 85%

My Friend’s Place
5850 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90078; (323) 908-0011
www.myfriendsplace.org
Org provides one-on-one programs and creative, educational, legal and medical services for homeless youth in Los Angeles.
Fund-raiser: Heroes in Hollywood
Admin/action ratio: 85%

Parents Action for Children
P.O. Box 811246, Los Angeles, CA 90081; (310) 285-2385
1875 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 650, Washington, DC 20009; (202) 238-4870
www.iamyourchild.org
Foundation raises public awareness about early childhood development and lobbies public policymakers to make early childhood programs a priority.
Fund-raisers: Biannual Comedy Night
Admin/action ratio: 84%

Penny Lane
15317 Rayen St., North Hills, CA 91343; (818) 892-3423
www.pennylane.org
Org provides services for neglected, abandoned and abused children and families.
Fund-raiser: Voices of Our Children annual Penny Lane Fund-raiser
Admin/action ratio: 90%

A Place Called Home
2830 South Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90011; 323-232-7653
www.apch.org
Org provides at-risk youth with a secure, positive family environment where they can earn trust and self-respect, and learn skills to lead a productive lifestyle free of the gangs, drugs and poverty that surround them.
Fund-raisers: Gala for the Children (October), BGirlz Women of Achievement Awards Luncheon (June)
Admin/action ratio: 87.6%

Scenarios USA
80 Hanson Pl., Suite 304, Brooklyn, NY 11217; (718) 230-5125
www.scenariosusa.com
Scenarios USA gives teens the opportunity to create their own films on issues impacting their lives. The winning writers are partnered with Hollywood filmmakers to turn their stories into short films for national distribution.
Fund-raiser: The Real Deal World Premiere and Awards
Admin/action: 90%

Shane’s Inspiration
4804 Laurel Canyon Blvd., No. 542, Valley Village, CA 91607; (818) 752-5676
www.shanesinspiration.org
Org helps dissolve the barriers of bias for children with disabilities by building Universally Accessible Playgrounds, where they can play side by side with their peers, and offering programs that foster friendships and understanding among children of all abilities.
Fund-raisers: Annual 5k/10k Walk-FUN-Roll, “Play Now and Forever” Celebration
Admin/action ratio: 90%

Starbright Foundation
1850 Sawtelle Blvd., Suite 450, Los Angeles, CA 90025; (800) 315-2580, (310) 479-1212
www.starbright.org
Foundation empowers seriously ill children to combat the medical and emotional challenges they face on a daily basis.
Fund-raisers: Heart of Gold, Evening of Hope dinners
Admin/action ratio: 81%

Streetlights
Raleigh Studios, 650 N. Bronson Ave., Suite B108, Hollywood, CA 90004; 323-960-4540
www.streetlights.org
Org’s mission is to promote ethnic diversity in the entertainment industry while providing employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged young men and women who are traditionally under-represented in the world of production.
Fund-raiser: Celebration at the Egyptian Theater
Admin/action ratio: 84%

Thursday’s Child
6130 Nevada Avenue, Suite 109, Woodland Hills, CA 91367; (818) 710-1181; http://www.thursdayschild.org
Group provides assistance to runaway, missing, exploited, anorexic, bulimic, suicdal and othe children at risk.
Admin/action ratio: 100%

United in Harmony
270 N. Canon Drive, No. 1087, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; (310) 273-4775
www.unitedinharmony.org
Camp Harmony provides homeless children overnight camping experience with positive teenage and adult role models.
Fund-raiser: Annual fall carnival
Admin/action ratio: 95%

Wonder of Reading
120 N. Robertson Blvd.; Los Angeles, California 90048; (310) 289-1201
Org’s purpose is to inspire in children the love of reading, and to have a significant impact on reading in Southern California elementary school by renovating libraries, providing new books and training volunteers to read with students on a weekly basis.
Fund-raiser: Grants and donations
Admin/action ratio: 94%

Young Musicians Foundation
195 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 414, Beverly Hills, CA 90212; (310) 859-7668
www.ymf.org
Foundation provides financial assistance, performance opportunities and music education outreach programs.
Fund-raiser: annual December benefit
Admin/action radio: 80%

ENTERTAINMENT

Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
8949 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211; http://www.oscars.org
In addition to the preservation of film and its history, the foundation provides grants of nearly $1 million a year to encourage future filmmakers, educational programs and support for other film-related institutions.

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation
5220 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601; (818) 754-2800
Foundation develops and sponsors educational and archival programs addressing a variety of issues including career guidance, student mentoring, personal skill development, diversity and the documentation of television’s evolution.
Fund-raiser: Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament
Admin/action ratio: 65%

The Actors’ Fund of America
5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90036; (323) 933-9244
729 Seventh Ave., 10th Floor, New York, NY 10019; (212) 221-7300
www.actorsfund.org
Org is a national nonprofit organization that helps all entertainment professionals in television, film, music, theater, opera and dance. Programs address the needs of our community, including comprehensive social services, supportive and affordable housing, career counseling and assisted living care.
Fund-raisers: The Actors’ Fund Annual Gala and other specialized events
Admin/action ratio: 80%

Angelwear
8391 Beverly Blvd., No. 301, Los Angeles, CA 90048
www.angelwear.com
Org helps celebrities promote giving through the sale of T-shirts, tank tops and boxers, as well as greeting cards and other items; proceeds benefit selected nonprofit orgs.

CAA Foundation
9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825; (310) 288-4545
www.caa.com
Foundation promotes philanthropy in Hollywood, serving clients and nonclients; includes sponsorship of three underserved partner schools in the Venice area where employees volunteer time and the foundation contributes funding for computers, musical instruments and other supplies.
Fund-raisers: Back-to-School party, Young Hollywood party
Admin/action ratio: n/a

Clothes off Our Back Foundation
10 Universal City Plaza, 20th Floor, Universal City, CA 91608; (818) 753-2404
www.clothesoffourback.org
Foundation works with celebrities, designers and high-profile individuals to donate clothing and accessories for auction to benefit children’s charities.
Fund-raisers: Clothes off Our Back auctions
Admin/action: 90%

DGA Foundation
7920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; (310) 289-2038
www.dga.org
Gives short-term, no-interest loans to needy members and also contributes to other charities such as the Motion Picture and Television Fund.
Fund-raiser: Howard W. Koch Memorial Golf Tournament

Film Independent
8750 Wilshire Blvd, 2nd Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 9021; (310) 432-1200
www.ifp.org
Project pairs 40 aspiring filmmakers with mentors representing a broad spectrum of filmmaking and is designed to promote cultural diversity in the film industry. Honorees attend workshops and are assisted in job placement; org also presents film screenings.

The Giving Back Fund
6167 Bristol Parkway, Suite 450, Culver City, CA 90230; (310) 649-5222
www.givingback.org
Org encourages and facilitates celebrity philanthropy through a variety of means including the American Philanthropy Hall of Fame, professional foundation management, philanthropic advisory services.
Fund-raiser: “12 Reasons to Give” honoring celebrities who have given more than $1 million
Admin/action ratio: 95%

Hollywood Heart
3310 W. Van Owen St., Burbank, CA 91505; (818) 260-0372
www.hollywoodheart.org
Nonprofit provides recreational and educational opportunities for at-risk youth in Southern California through two programs, Camp Pacific Heartland and Movie Team. The summer camp is for children and adolescents with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The Movie Team offers filmmaking experiences to a variety of children’s groups in Los Angeles.
Fund-raisers: Hollywood Heart Sutra, Red Gala
Admin/action ratio: 80%

The Hollywood Museum
1660 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028; (323) 464-7776
www.thehollywoodmuseum.com
The museum focuses on Hollywood’s heritage, dedicated to educating the public about the art, history, technique, and technology of showbiz.
Fund-raiser: Marylin Monroe Symposium
Admin/action ratio: 100%

Latino Public Broadcasting
6777 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 512, Los Angeles, CA 90028; (323) 466-7110
www.lpbp.org
The goal of LPB is to create a structure and process that allows Latino artists, pubcasting resources, community, government and the private sector to bring their resources and creativity to the service of the public. LPB has funded more than 60 projects for public television since its creation in 1998.
Fund-raiser: Funded by the Corp. for Public Broadcasting
Admin/action ratio: 65%

Lifetime Television: Champions for Change
309 W. 49th St., New York, NY 10019; (212) 424-7000
www.lifetimetv.com
In partnership with more than 200 nonprofits, Lifetime uses the media to deliver life-saving messages on critical issues such as breast cancer and violence to millions of women and families around the country.

The Media Project
269 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 721, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212; (310) 234-0454
www.themediaproject.com
Program serves as a free resource to entertainment professionals on the latest facts, research assistance, script consultation and story ideas on today’s sexual and reproductive health issues.
Fund-raisers: donations accepted
Admin/action ratio: 85%-90%

MTV Fight for Your Rights
(212) 258-7004
www.mtv.com/onair/ffyr/protect
Each year, MTV empowers young people to fight a different initiative in their communities. Campaign has targeted violence, discrimination, and sexual health.

MusiCares
3402 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405; (310) 392-3777
Org’s services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies for musicians, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality.
Fund-raisers: sponsorships, donations and earned income
Admin/action ratio: 80%

National Corporate Theater Fund
505 Eighth Ave., Suite 203, New York, NY 10018; (212) 750-6895
www.nctf.org
Gotham association of 10 not-for-profit theaters dedicated to increasing the participation of corporations in the support of theater.
Fund-raisers: Broadway Roundtable, Annual Chairman’s Awards Gala
Admin/action ratio: 71%

Project Rebirth
163 William St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10038; (212) 346-1482
www.projectrebirth.org
Group is documenting the rebuilding of the World Trade Center Site after the attacks of 9/11 on film.
Fund-raisers: Screenings of film trailer for current and potential investors

Society of Singers
(866)-767-7671
www.singers.org/html/singersasssistance.htm
Society helps singers who have financial needs resulting from personal, medical or family crises.
Fund-raiser: Grants from the Society of Singers
Admin/action ratio: 41%

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